Release Notes: This release includes improved audio/video support, support for CD writing with Cdrtools 2.1, enhanced POSIX compliance, a large list of kernel enhancements including basic ACPI support, a major new version of the GNU C library, and several installation related fixes.
Release Notes: This release includes new and updated drivers and a large number of long overdue kernel enhancements. Highlights include an Intel i855 video driver, SiS900 and nVidia nForce NIC drivers, updates to drivers for nVidia Riva and GeForce cards and support for the GeForceFX 6600 & 6800 cards, better USB disk performance, and enhanced PCI and ATA device management. This release also includes a number of kernel improvements and bugfixes done by Jake Hamby.
Release Notes: The new 0.54 features a complete strace rewrite, a ptrace() syscall stub, and a streamlined find_boot_dev(). Bugs were squashed, and new classes were added.
Release Notes: This release is much faster than previous releases due to a new ATA disk driver, faster graphics rendering, and the use of a newer compiler. There are new drivers for ATi Radeon and VMWare video, Yamaha DSE/DSE1 audio, and a new USB UHCI driver. Libsyllable and the Appserver have been given an overhaul that gives them a cleaner and more flexible API.
Release Notes: The Savage video, IMPS2/PS2 mouse, and i810 audio drivers have been updated, and all video drivers have been split into separate kernel and appserver drivers. There are new GeForceFX video and APM BIOS drivers. The kernel has gained various bugfixes and support for GCC 3.3/Binutils 2.14 ELF binaries. There are libsyllable (GUI) bugfixes and yet more new GUI classes. The appserver has been updated with new Minimize/Maximize behavior and hooks to notify and control general window behavior. The audio drivers and media server now have improved support for multiple soundcards.